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Daytrips from Montpellier by train or bus

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While we go to the occasional museum, in general our style is to just wander around and see the sights.

We do not rent a car in Europe so everything must be accessible by train (a few smooth buses are acceptable)

Last year someone described Montpellier as one of the most underrated French cities. That got my attention and we included it during our trip to Provence last year.

Now we're thinking of using it as a base next year.

Hopefully there is enough in Montpellier to keep us busy for a couple of days and a few more evenings.

Also, we're looking for some daytrip ideas accessible by train or smooth bus. We'd like to keep these less than 1 1/2 hours away and hopefully within an hour or so.

Thanks in advance for responses.

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